s Catalog Sheet
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System-Display Status Series
Models SSD, SSD-C, SSD-INT, SSD-C-INT and SSD-C-REM
The SSD Series System Status Display is a remote LED / LCD The LCD display on the SSD Series display has four rows
display that shows the local status of a FireFinder XLS – 40 characters for each row. When the FireFinder XLS
system. A LED will illuminate when Alarm, Supervisory, system is in its normal supervisory state with no events
Trouble and Security events occur on the system. A present, the display will annunciate the system ID
four-line LCD will give details of the event in alphanumeric information, along with the date and time.
form. The display can be toggled to display additional When an event occurs on the system, the LCD display
events. Optional remote-system control capabilities are will show the event type and address, the time of the
available. event, the custom message for that address, the usage
of the device, and whether the event is acknowledged
Specifications or not. Additionally, the display will show the total
The SSD Series display has separate LEDs for Alarm, number of all types of events present on the system.
Supervisory, Trouble and Security events on the The display has a backlight feature that operates upon
FireFinder XLS system. Each LED will flash when receiving any event information or when any operator
unacknowledged events of that type are present on the buttons are pressed.
system. The LED will change to steady, upon A local sounder is included with the SSD Series display
acknowledgment of the event. Also, there are two LEDs that operates when any events are displayed on the
that indicate the state of audible circuits on the system. The sounder can be optionally disabled
system: one LED to indicate that the circuits are through software programming. Pressing any operator
active, and one to indicate that the circuits have been buttons will silence the local sounder when an event
silenced. is present.
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The SSD Series display has two display control buttons that
are used to display the next or the previous event
information in the sequence, and a local sounder silence
button. Programming for the SSD display is done with the
Zeus programming tool.
Models SSD-C, SSD-C-INT, and Model SSD-C-REM have three
additional control buttons for acknowledging events,
silencing audible circuits, and resetting the system. The
SSD-C and SSD-C-I NT have an integral key switch that
enables these control buttons to operate. The SSD-C-REM
is located within a locked cabinet, so no additional key
switch is required for enabling the control buttons.
The SSD Series display is remotely connected to the H- Electrical Ratings
Net communication bus from any NIC-C interface in a
FireFinder XLS system enclosure using Class B, Style 4 or
Class A, Style 7 wiring. 24VDC is required to run the SSD
Series display, and it can be provided from a Model PSC-
12 Power Supply or PSX-12 Power Supply Extender in
the FireFinder XLS system enclosure. Power from other Notes: An auxiliary‐regulated, power‐limited power supply may be used
to provide power to the SSD. The power supply must be UL approved for
UL Listed 24VDC power sources is also acceptable. Fire‐Protection Signaling Application. Be sure to also include the SSD‐C in
The SSD Series display has screw terminals capable of
the battery calculations.
supporting 12-to-22-gage wires. The H-Net
communication from the FireFinder XLS system can be
terminated on the SSD Series display, or may pass
through for communication with other modules.
Diagnostic LEDs on the SSD Series display indicate
power and communication status.
Notes: An auxiliary‐regulated, power‐limited power supply may be used to
Models SSD, SSD-C, and SSD-C-INT can be mounted in a 2- provide power to the SSD. The power supply must be UL approved for Fire
gang electrical box or a 4-inch square electrical box. No Protection Signaling Application.
flush-trim kit is required. The unit is approximately
10-1/2“(26.7cm.) wide, 6-1/8” (15.2cm.) high, and
1-1/2” (3.8cm.) deep.
The Model SSD-C-REM is mounted in a Model
REMBOX2 or REMBOX4 Remote Lobby Enclosure, or any
CAB enclosure inner door. The SSD-C-REM requires two Notes: An auxiliary‐regulated, power‐limited power supply may be used
module spaces in the remote lobby enclosure, and its to provide power to the SSD‐C‐REM. The power supply must be UL / ULC
bracket supports the mounting of four inner door approved for Fire Protection Signaling Application. Be sure to also include
modules (such as SCM-8s or LCM-8s) below the display. The the SSD‐C‐REM in the battery calculations.
inner door module spaces are arranged in two rows of two
Products are UL 864 9th Edition listed for indoor dry
locations within a temperature range of 120+/-3°F
(49+/-2°C) to 32+/-3°F (0+/-2°C) and at a relative
humidity of 93+/-2% at a temperature of 90+/-3°F
Notice: This marketing catalog sheet is not intended to be used for system design or installation purposes.
For the most up-to-date information, refer to each product’s installation instructions.
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